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Full text of "The Discovery Of The Child"

THE TEACHING OF NUMERATION              339

the 1 of the ten, in that of the right there follow all
10       the figures from zero to nine.

In  card B the operations are more complex.   The
3Q       cards bearing the figures are successively superposed and

substituted  in order of numerical progression on each
40       c ten'.   After  the nine, it Is necessary to pass to the

succeeding ten, and so one goes on to the end which is

given at the 100.
60

Almost all our children count up to 100, a number

which was given to them as a reward for the curiosity
which they showed about it.

90             I  do not think that such teaching requires further

illustrations.